Claybody creations

Claybody, the campus ceramics club, is hosting an invitational for up-and-coming ceramic students. Works will range from beginning-level ceramic art to Bachelor of Fine Arts students and ceramic art majors. The show will encompass functional and sculptural work.

The invitational will be viewable from Jan. 23 at 10 a.m. through Feb. 12 at 7 p.m.

This untitled piece by Miju Kim is made of ceramic, paint and wire. It will be on display in the Student Union Gallery “Claybody” show until Feb. 12. Photo by Kayla McGraw.
This untitled piece by Miju Kim is made of ceramic, paint and wire. It will be on display in the Student Union Gallery “Claybody” show until Feb. 12. Photo by Kayla McGraw.
“Flow” was created by Deanna Crosby and is made of Cone 10 stoneware. Photo by Kayla McGraw.
“Flow” was created by Deanna Crosby and is made of Cone 10 stoneware. Photo by Kayla McGraw.
This piece, entitled “Metavessels,” was created by Bill Jamison and is made of Cone 6 porcelain and slip-cast.  Photo by Kayla McGraw.
This piece, entitled “Metavessels,” was created by Bill Jamison and is made of Cone 6 porcelain and slip-cast. Photo by Kayla McGraw.